This bespoke holiday home perches on the edge of an 8,880sqm hillside, facing true north with views across the Toodyay townsite and beyond.
It is an architecturally designed "shearing shed look-alike" house which is fitted out with all the comforts of home. An entry pod leads through to the open plan living, with an industrial kitchen on one side, and picture windows on the other that encompasses the landscape.
It is designed to encourage visitors, with two separate identical wings comprising two queen size bedrooms, and a bathroom & powder room each. There is also a laundry recess and an entry/exit onto the elevated balcony.
Power and Scheme water are connected. This feels like the country, but is on the edge of the town, within walking distance to the glorious amenities offered by Toodyay.
This would make an ideal Holiday Home - easy care interior and natures own garden to take care of itself.
Furnished and ready to go - You won't find another one like it.
For an appointment to view, contact Jenny 0417 993 008
Features include: Air conditioning, Balcony / Deck, Rainwater storage tank
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